Erin is currently studying Environmental Science, Mathematics, and English at Thomas More College where she enjoys trying to convince everyone that the tiny back pond is the best thing about campus. Her interests span across a broad spectrum, but ecology has consistently remained a focal point, specifically aquatic ecology. Her current research is through the Thomas More College Biology Field Station as a part of the River Bioassessment Crew where she helps collect, measure, and analyze different chemical and live samples. She is also conducting an independent study on microplastics through studies on Zebra Mussels. Erin enjoys various sports and being active, laughing when completely unnecessary, getting lost in the woods, and taking pictures of neat things. She plans to pursue further education in Environmental Science and Public Affairs.